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unusual wildlife. also in the program, jamie has a look at the world of business. >> the u.s. markets regulator has told us that libor training and job -- trading should be scrapped altogether. that after all the scandals involving these banks, it simply does not work anymore. ♪ >> is 12:00 noon in london, 7:00 a.m. in london, 2:00 in the afternoon in south africa, where oscar pistorius is back in court for a third day. his lawyers are filing an application for bail as they await trial. after days of claims and counterclaims, there has been another revelation. turns out that this man is himself facing attempted murder charges. nick has the details. >> one of the world's most famous athlete enters court on the third day of his bail hearing. uncertain how the twist in the case could change his chances for custody. under pressure, this man has been revealed to be facing attempted murder charges. >> it came to light yesterday that the prosecution made the decision to charge the investigating officer and the other officers. this happened when the members tried to stop a minibus and fired
.u. summit, which is all about setting out the budget for the e.u.'s future. aum i think we sometimes tend to see this as being not an open figures, but i think this one is very important because of the possibility they might cut the budget for the first time in their history. in many ways, it's the end of an era, the end of an idea of a limitless expansion of the european union. the events being long and torturous. e.u. leaders have been going through the night as to try to agree as the next seven years, and it looks like a cut could be on the cards. this would be the first time, as i say, in its history. sums of money being proposed according to reports. leaders are closing in on agreement to set spending at around 9 0 billion euros, just short of that figure. some 275 euros a year for every living taxpayer in the european union. a massive 370 billion euros, about 40% of this entire budget, earmarked for subsidies to farmers and a fisherman. that pits them against the nations in southern and eastern europe who are the main beneficiaries. here's the latest from brussels. >> there are win
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